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Adjectives and Adverbs - grammar worksheet for English as a Second Language

  • She played _____. beautiful beautifuly beautifully
  • The TV's far too ____. loud loudly Either could be used here.
  • She speaks so very ____. quick quickly
  • She's a ____learner. quick quickly
  • I know them quite ____. good well Either could be used here.
  • Check your work ____. careful carefuly carefully
  • I've been having a lot of headaches ____. late lately
  • He's a ____ actor. terrible terribly
  • He should pass the test _____. easy easily easilly
  • He's really lazy and _____ tries. hard hardly Either could be used here.
  • The newspapers were very _____ of the scheme. critical critically
  • He's ____ill. critical critically
  • I don't ____ agree with you. full fuly fully
  • I was _____ shocked. complete completely
  • It was a ____ mess. complete completely
  • They messed things up ____. complete completely
  • It was a ____ day for us all. sad sadly
  • I was tired, ___ I managed to finish it. already yet
  • Have you ____ finished? already yet
  • As ___, I haven't has time to call her. already yet
  • He has ____ to start the project. already yet
  • Have they arrived ___? already yet
  • Have they ____ finished? already yet
  • I was shocked that they had ____ done it. already yet
  • I was surprised that they had ___ to decide what to do. already yet
  • She has ___ to arrive. already yet
  • He has ___ arrived. already yet
  • I had ____ had enough. already yet
  • I've ____ seen her do that. ever never
  • I've trouble ____ since I bought it. ever never
  • I am surprised that you have _____ done it before. ever never
  • Have you ____ tried it? ever never Either could be used.
  • Haven't you ____ been there? ever never Either could be used.
  • It's ____ been this bad before. ever never Either could be used.
  • I have a ____ friends. few little
  • He has very ____ patience with me. few little
  • There's only a ____ sugar left. few little
  • I've done it a ____ times. few little
  • I saw a ____ films at the weekend. few little
  • I've got very ____ spare time. few little
  • I've only read a _____ of the book so far- just the first couple of chapters. few little
  • I'd only like a ____ milk in my tea please. few little
  • Only a _____ tickets were sold for the concert. few little
  • I'd like a ____ more chicken, please. few little
  • That was a ____ lesson. good well
  • The dinner smells ____. good well
  • The project's going ____. good well
  • It sound ____ to me. good well
  • That coat looks ____ on you. good well
  • I don't have a ____ feeling about this. good well
  • The holiday did me a lot of ____. good well
  • She speaks English ____. good well
  • She speaks _____ German. good well
  • They gave me some ____ advice. good well
  • ____ families have more than one car nowadays. Many Many of
  • ____ the people there were disappointed. Many Many of
  • ___ them were late. Many Many of
  • There were ____ people without tickets. Many Many of
  • How ____ us have the time to do it? Many Many of
  • I've thought about them ____ times. Many Many of
  • Yes, ____ us were angry about it. Many Many of
  • ____ those who were there liked it. Many Many of
  • How ____ times have I told you? Many Many of
  • There weren't ____ the cakes left at the end of the party. Many Many of
  • How _____ you were there? Many Many of
  • How ____ people were there? Many Many of
  • How ____ the people there enjoyed it? Many Many of
  • The book's ____ fantastic. very utterly
  • It's ____ good. very utterly
  • It's ____ brilliant. very quite
  • They did it ____ well. very totally
  • It's ____ nice. very totally
  • It's _____ hot. very utterly
  • The lecture was ____ wonderful. extremely absolutely
  • The dinner was _____ delicious. totally absolutely
  • She's a _____ skilled operator. totally highly
  • He's ____ lazy. extremely totally
  • He works ........ hardly hard
  • He followed the lecture ........ closely close
  • They ........ do any work hardly hard
  • She ........ refused to help flat flatly
  • It's supposed to be a secret, but it is ........ known widely wide
  • The dentist asked her to open her mouth ........ widely wide
  • That idiot ........ crashed into us near nearly
  • He always comes ........ late lately
  • She's been coming here every day ........ late lately
  • Pensioners can travel ____ on local buses free freely
  • The road runs ........ the town centre nearly near
  • No one laughed; the joke fell ........ flat flatly
  • She's ........ thought of by her colleagues high highly
  • Feeling ran ........ during the conflict high highly
  • Homeless people have to sleep ........ roughly rough
  • The police treated the hooligans ........ rough roughly
  • He's driving ........ behind us right rightly
  • Everybody was ....... worried about his drink problem right rightly
  • They spent _____ time arguing. all whole the the whole
  • They argue _____ time. all whole all the
  • ____ people at the meeting were bored. All Whole All the Whole the
  • The book is ____ about the royal family. all whole the all the whole
  • The ____ family was there. all whole

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